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This blog site is for you - to make your opinions known and enable you to express your thoughts, insights, fears and be DEADLY CLEAR. The author of the blog has become more compassionate and socially enlightened with age after entering this world from a very brainwashed right-winged culture. My goal is to achieve perfection and share in Ho'oponopono which means to make things right.

The “War On Cash” Migrates To Switzerland

Deadly Clear:

What can I say? Keep an eye on the stock market… Some say less stocks the better… Certainly no bank stocks.

Originally posted on Justice League:

Submitted by Pater Tenebrarum via Acting-Man blog,

Banks Increasingly Refuse Cash Withdrawals – Switzerland Joins the Fun

The war on cash is proliferating globally. It appears that the private members of the world’s banking cartels are increasingly joining the fun, even if it means trampling on the rights of their customers.

Yesterday we came across an article at Zerohedge, in which Dr. Salerno of the Mises Institute notes that JP Morgan Chase has apparently joined the “war on cash”, by “restricting the use of cash in selected markets, restricting borrowers from making cash payments on credit cards, mortgages, equity lines and auto loans, as well as prohibiting storage of cash in safe deposit boxes”.

This reminded us immediately that we have just come across another small article in the local European press (courtesy of Dan Popescu), in which a Swiss pension fund manager discusses his plight…

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Death of the Republic

Deadly Clear:

Awake the Sheeple – this is an important issue to follow. If you haven’t called or email your Congressional Rep yet – do it today. Tell them to vote NO.

Originally posted on Alina's Blog:

Originally posted on Raging Bull-shit:ByEllen Brownand cross-posted from Common Dreams (Photo: CWA/cwa-union.org) “The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government.” —Article IV, Section 4, US Constitution Arepublicanform of government is one in which power resides in elected officials representing the citizens, and government leaders exercise…


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Trouble in Paradise — Maui Foreclosures Allowed Without Proof of Standing or Full HRS §667-17 Compliance


See: KingCast and Mortgage Movies

“Truth crushed to Earth shall rise again, the eternal years of God are hers, but Error wounded writhes in pain and dies among His worshipers.”  The Battle Field – William Cullen Bryant. 1794–1878 Continue reading

Idiot Decisions – Calculated Incompetence or Lack of Adequate Intelligence?

By Sydney Sullivan

Learn something newFor most of us education is an ongoing process.  Whether you are a professional, labor force, homemaker, just a kid or retired we are constantly learning – all of us… except some (but not all) judges, because when they get behind the bench in the black robe, all of a sudden their comprehension and quest for knowledge is severely dulled, yet they still roar like an angry old goat. 

You would think judges in Hawaii would be more compassionate to those folks losing their lands since it was only a little over 100 years ago, in 1893, when Hawaii was invaded by American businessmen, who overthrew Queen Liliuokalani and forced an illegal territorial annexation to the United States. Continue reading

Will banks face a growing number of False Claims Act lawsuits based on government-backed mortgages in default? – Lexology

Originally posted on Alina's Blog:

The legal aid group Advocates for Basic Legal Equality (ABLE) has taken a novel approach to using the False Claims Act by initiating a lawsuit against U.S. Bank. The case claims that U.S. Bank collected payments from the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) for FHA-backed loans deemed to be in default, rather than meeting its obligations to work out options with the borrowers.

ABLE relied on the information it obtained from customers and borrowers of U.S. Bank in bringing its suit. Borrowers, such as Mr. Hayward Ferrell, obtained mortgages from U.S. Bank guaranteed by the FHA. If a borrower defaults on an FHA loan, the government agency makes payments to the loan-issuing bank to make the bank whole. The FHA requires, however, that these banks make an effort to work with their borrowers to mitigate loss — so the government can limit expenditures on these loans.

In this lawsuit, ABLE has…

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NY attorney general in $500-million talks to settle probe: WSJ.com

Deadly Clear:

Schneiderman should run for President… Oh forgot, he’s not in the corruption click.

Originally posted on Justice League:

Morgan Stanley is in discussions to pay $500 million to settle an investigation by New York’s attorney general into whether the Wall Street bank misled investors in taking mortgage bonds that lost value during the financial crisis, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday in its online edition, citing people familiar with the matter.

A deal with New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman would likely include some cash from Morgan Stanley as well as consumer relief, the report said.

An agreement between the New York-based financial institution and Schneiderman’s office isn’t imminent, however, and the terms under discussion have changed, the report said. Aid to struggling homeowners will account for more than half of the total value of the settlement, but the form of the consumer relief isn’t clear, according to sources.

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Hawaii: family claims ownership of Waimanalo land using fake deed – just like the banks!

CLICK:  State: family claims ownership of Waimanalo land using fake deed – Hawaii News Now – KGMB and KHNL.

Hawaii fake deedsObviously, there are some ostriches in Hawaii when there are thousands of forgeries and fraudulent documents that have been filed in its Bureau of Conveyances over the last 8 years, but the registrar says: “only a handful of bogus property deeds get thrown out by the courts every year.” 

Maybe somebody ought to suggest a land record audit or just gather up all the foreclosure forgeries and sue the Bureau of Conveynances for ignoring fraud and total incompetence. Continue reading

Investors suing dozen of banks on Libor

Deadly Clear:

Oh finally, but probably too late… Just like not knowing that the loans never made it to the trusts because the trustees agreed to rehypothecation…

Originally posted on Justice League:

Courthouse News:
About two dozen banks and financial institutions conspired to artificially suppress and manipulate the London interbank offered rate (Libor) between 2007 and 2010, institutional and individual investors claim.

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SEC puts an end to Carrington Capital’s deal with New Century investigation

Deadly Clear:

Probably because they didn’t look in the right places…like the computer software systems?

Originally posted on Justice League:

After 18 months, they got nothing

After an 18-month investigation, the Securities and Exchange Commission will not issue any penalties or pursue any enforcement action against Carrington Capital Management, the company announced Wednesday.

Carrington was under SEC investigation for, among other items, its acquisition of failed subprime lender New Century Financial. The investigation dealt with how Carrington financed the $188 million deal, which relied in part on the firm issuing preferred securities to Carrington Investment Partners, LP, a fund managed by Carrington Capital Management.

The investigation also delved into the valuation of those preferred securities, which were used to finance the acquisition and operation of New Century’s mortgage servicing platform.

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Mary McCulley: Still the $6 Million Woman

Deadly Clear:

This is terrific. Reading just the synopsis is extremely emotional. There is a movie here, Mary!

Originally posted on LIBERTY ROAD MEDIA:

Mary McCulley profile pic

That’s right.  Mary beat the bank.  Again.

In an appeal, U.S. Bank tried to get out of paying Mary McCulley the $6 million a Montana jury awarded her back in 2014.  Yesterday, the Supreme Court of Montana decided against U.S. Bank—they’re going to owe McCulley the $6 million, plus interest from the earliest possible date they could owe it, not the later one that had been bandied about.

Here is the Court’s own synopsis:

Mary McCulley bought a condominium in Bozeman and sought a 30-year, residential loan for $300,000 from Heritage Bank, which later merged with U.S. Bank. She later sued the Bank, alleging the Bank defrauded her by instead issuing an 18-month, $300,000 commercial loan, and failing to notify her of the change. When McCulley could not obtain refinancing and the condominium went into foreclosure, she attempted suicide. The jury found that the Bank defrauded McCulley and…

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